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XMAS SPECIAL: FILM QUIZ & LOOKING BACK ON 2022 WITH THE FILMMAKER’S PODCAST HOSTS

Ep. 315

It’s Christmas! That’s why we have our annual Christmas quiz for you! Who will win this year and get another Blu-ray of Giles’ The Dare? And obviously, we look back on 2022. What a year that was!

Some things we talk about are:

-       our favourite films of the year

-       what has changed in the industry in 2022

-       rising stars

-       how to keep focus in tough times & mental health

-       learnings from 2022 & advice for 2023

Featuring the legends, Giles Alderson, Phil Hawkins, Dom Lenoir, Ian Sharp, Kalli Pasqualucci & Tobias Vees. Sit back, relax and join us in our madness!

 

EPISODE LINKS

Don’t miss our top episodes of this year:

Top Gun: Maverick - Directing a Hollywood Blockbuster starring Tom Cruise with Joseph Kosinski - The Filmmakers Podcast

Stephen Fry on Harry Potter, Acting, Directing, and Mental Health - The Filmmakers Podcast

Sir Ian McKellen on Acting in Film & Theatre, Producing, Directors & his Career - The Filmmakers Podcast

How to make a critically acclaimed debut feature, The Novice with Lauren Hadaway - The Filmmakers Podcast

 

PATREON

Big thank you to:

Lee Hutchings

Marli J Monroe

Karen Newman

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Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, industry survival guides and feedback on your film projects!

 

SUPPORT THE PODCAST

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CREDITS

The Filmmakers Podcast is hosted, produced and written by Giles Alderson @gilesalderson

Edited by @tobiasvees

Social Media by Kalli Pasqualucci @kallieep

Marketing Huw Siddle

Logo and Banner Art by Lois Creative 

Theme Music by John J. Harvey

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